On January 4th, classic mobile phone manufacturer BlackBerry announced it will no longer support any of its phones, the last of which were manufactured in 2016.
At one time, a BlackBerry was the very peak of mobile phone technology.
With its internal messaging system, generous sized screens, and keyboards BlackBerry had over $20 billion in revenue in 2011. However, just five years later those revenues had collapsed by 90%.
Now, the company has been essentially re-born creating “intelligent security software and services to enterprises and governments around the world.” (Chart from chartr.co)